Instead you accused me of making a statement that you claim was stupid that I DID NOT STATE. Is it the exclamation mark that confused you or that I put too many words into the sentence for you to follow? This is my conclusion because regardless of the confusion you claim due to the punctuation you confidently drew an opinion as to my intent and intelligence. So, sounds more to me like someone confused by my sentence than my passion.
Factually you presented disinformation by responding as if I had told you not to drive on OUR interstates. As you appear unaware Dane the fact is that all interstates are roads but all roads are NOT interstates.
See here we have the definition of “interstate”:
1. existing or carried on between states.
1. one of a system of expressways covering the 48 contiguous states.
"a picnic area just off the interstate"
See here we have the definition of “road”:
Definition of road
1 : ROADSTEAD —often used in plural
2a : an open way for vehicles, persons, and animals especially : one lying outside of an urban district : HIGHWAY
b : ROADBED SENSE 2B
3 : a route or way to an end, conclusion, or circumstance on the road to success
4 : RAILWAY
5 : a series of scheduled visits or appearances (such as games or performances) in several locations or the travel necessary to make these visits
Then you responded that your disinformation about me was factually correct about interstates and therefore not disinformation. This too is disinformation.
Promise you won’t start crying about how I get off on making you look the fool.Quote
Showing your ignorance is fun es lets do this more often. Ha ha
Ya know, like you did before.